Since 1972, The Triangle Nonprofit & Volunteer Leadership Center has worked to support area nonprofits and mobilize volunteers. Now in this time of community crisis, the Center is uniquely positioned to connect essential organizations with individuals and companies that are rising to the challenge of taking care of those most vulnerable. The Center works with over 1,400 nonprofits and has the largest volunteer database in the Triangle.
 COVID-19 
...Together we can beat this.
 
 
 
Congratulations!!
These Triangle Nonprofits that have achieved National Certification as Service Enterprise organizations from Points of Light 

Bridge II Sports

Brunswick County Senior Resources

Burlington Police Department

Chatham Habitat for Humanity

Durham Crisis Response Center

Families Moving Forward

Families Together

Food Bank of Central/Eastern NC

Habitat for Humanity of Wake County

Haven House

 
HD Reach

Horse and Buddy

International Focus

Meals on Wheels of Chapel Hill/Carrboro

Miracle League of the Triangle

Museum of Durham History

Note in the Pocket

Read & Feed

Special Olympics North Carolina

Triangle Land Conservancy 

Triangle Ultimate

USCRI North Carolina 

 
 
 
 
They join an elite group of only 11% nonprofits nationwide that have attained national certification from Points of Light.  (Learn More!)

Spring Session FULL
Next Session Planned Fall 2021
Grants from the Governor's Office
still available!
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
New and Improved!
HandsOn Triangle is the largest volunteer matching database in the Triangle. We have upgraded the features and functionality, giving nonprofits a powerful volunteer management tool, and volunteers a terrific way to find a great service opportunity. Best of all... it is FREE. 
 
 
 
 
 
Nonprofit Training Opportunities
  • Monthly Nonprofit Training Series
  • Quarterly Fundraising Series
  • TRIAVA
    Due to public health concerns we will be conducting sessions online
Leading During Difficult Times
(NonProfit Training Series)

April 15, 2021
1:00pm-2:30pm
 
ONLINE
Webinar log in instructions and class handouts will be emailed in advance 
No Cost
8 Strategies for Creating a More Inclusive Volunteer Program
(Joint TRIAVA & NonProfit Training Series)

April 22, 2021

2:00pm-3:30pm

 
ONLINE
Webinar log in instructions and class handouts will be emailed in advance
No Cost for TRIAVA Members
Digital Fundraising
(Quarterly Fundraising Series)

May 13, 2021
9:00am-10:30am
 
 
 
ONLINE
Webinar log in instructions and class handouts will be emailed in advance 

Cost $44
Registration
Coming Soon 
Crafting Inclusive Volunteer Recruitment Messages
(TRIAVA Training Series)

May 27, 2021
2:00pm-3:30pm

 
ONLINE
Webinar log in instructions and class handouts will be emailed in advance
No Cost for TRIAVA Members

STAY TUNED FOR Additional Sessions!!
The Nonprofit Leader's Role as a Change Agent
(Nonprofit Training Series)

June 17, 2021
9:00am-10:30am

 
ONLINE
Webinar log in instructions and class handouts will be emailed in advance
No Cost 
Registration
Coming Soon
No "One Right Way"
Creating New Systems for
Volunteer Engagement

(TRIAVA Training Series)

June 24, 2021
2:00pm-3:30pm

 
ONLINE
Webinar log in instructions and class handouts will be emailed in advance
No Cost for TRIAVA Members

STAY TUNED FOR Additional Sessions!!
 
 
 
VOLUNTEER OF THE WEEK
 Daniel Yanke
Magic Wings Butterfly House,
Museum of Life and Science
 
Daniel came to the Museum of Life and Science with a rare passion and knowledge for natural sciences. As a regular volunteer since he was 14, he has helped care for plants in the tropical conservatory, and the extensive invertebrate collection. After he started volunteering in the insectarium, he educated himself to such a degree in this field that he regularly contributes new information and methods to our work.

He is exceptionally persistent in researching and critically questioning every aspect of our invertebrate collection and botanical display, keeping up with current regulations and scientific breakthroughs. He has seriously impressed our team, guests, and our USDA regulator in Maryland. For example, he has obtained Plant Pest Quarantine Permits usually issued only to laboratories and institutions like ours, and was essential in helping to start the breeding of several of our insects, including tropical beetles that would otherwise be purchased and imported at a high cost. He has amazed us all with his ability to innovate and solve problems at a moment’s notice.
He is a budding amateur nature photographer and has taken photos for the Museum’s social media pages.
 
Thank you, Daniel, for your willingness to serve the museum as a true asset to the professional staff!
                                                                                                                                       
 
 
 
We support nonprofits & volunteers across the Triangle 
The Center serves more than 1,500 nonprofits and thousands of terrific volunteers in:
Carrboro, Cary, Chapel Hill, Durham, Hillsborough Morrisville, Raleigh...across the entire Triangle area!
 
 


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